The body as an object of power is not a contemporary identification. The body as a source of power was so witnessed since classical times. Here the body was seen as an object and also a target of power. The bodily operations are power registers. While this was the case for so long, it was not until the nineteenth century that the body came to be viewed as more powerful in the scope offered to it in the form of powers, obligations, constraints and more. These forms of disciplining and the need for disciplining that came with the bodily representations of sexuality and more were what lead to the docile body theory. Sex is therefore a prime factor and is something that helps spatialize and control. It is a dividing practice. This form of a disciplined body is the docile body which is also termed as the useful body because it lends itself to power plays. It forms a prima axis for cultural representations both in a feminists and socio masculine way.